I'm interested in creating a simple qos policy, which will rate-limit streaming applications for all users, except a group of power users.
I'm assuming that I would have to create two QOS rules (policies).
First one will assign streaming traffic for power users (source user = power users). In this case I would probably omit class, so that the default class 4 is allocated.
Second one will assign a class of service (say 8) for all users for streaming traffic.
At the same time I would create a qos profile and nattcahed to internal interface, which would rat-limit streaming traffic to a fixed value (say 10meg).
Appreciate comments / reviews from anyone who has done or has a similar request.
Why are there several places to put QoS policy in 4.0.
I want the same rule, but I have a bunch of places to configure it.
Let's be very specific:
Here is what I want: Rate limit P2P traffic to 10 Meg for one group and not the other.
1) A QoS Object that has a class of 8 maximum of 10 Mbps.
2) I tie that QoS policy to the inside LAN interface.
3) I put in two QoS policies, one for the first group and another for the second.
Here's a good doc on how to configure QoS:
It was originally written for version 3.0, but configuration of QoS is largely the same as in 4.x.
Configure your QoS policies for the class you want in the "Class" column on the right. For the restricted group, use class 8, for the other group choose a different class, say class 1. After this you need to go to the Network tab > QoS profile > and define how much bandwidth Class 8 gets and how much Class 1 gets. Finally, click QoS and apply it to your inside interface. Commit and you're done. Steps are better layed out with screen shots in the doc linked above.
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